Finally O2 have today announced that they have come over their original problems and that the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C are now compatible with their 4G service.

This comes after the company announced that they were waiting for Apple to send over the new settings for the handsets in order to activate the network on those devices, these new settings have now been sent over and customers should now be able to access the service.

Well after they have updated their carrier settings. This can be done either through iTunes or by using the handset itself when connected to a Wi-Fi connection, O2 provides instructions on how to do so via its website;

In order to compensate those who haven’t been able to access the 4G service during this period, O2 will be giving both iPhone 5S and 5c owners £5 towards their next bill.


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